Cytogenetic screening in couples with Habitual Abortions.

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Summary of "Cytogenetic screening in couples with Habitual Abortions."

Habitual abortion (HA) is defined at least three consecutive pregnancy losses. One of the etiologic causes is parental chromosomal anomalies. In this study, we aimed to that investigate the effect of parental chromosomal abnormalities on HA.


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Name: Journal of gynecology obstetrics and human reproduction
ISSN: 2468-7847


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